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info@pfma.org.uk

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0207 379 9009

All about Pet Food

The PFMA is the leading trade body for the UK pet food industry and our 70 members account for over 90% of the market. (read more) At the PFMA we focus on providing pet owners and professionals with information on wet, dry and raw prepared pet food and good nutrition.  Whether you are a pet owner or work with pets, we have toolkits to make it easy to implement healthy feeding regimes. Most of our articles are split by pet type but we also have a section dedicated to more technical subjects so click on the relevant box below. (read less)

How Pet Food is Made

We hope this film explains everything about how cat and dog food is made but if you have any additional queries please do contact info@pfma.org.uk. Click here to find out more

PFMA in the media

Total Boarding - September / October 2017 - Claims on Pet Food

PFMA explains there is a wide range of pet food products to meet all consumer needs and preferences.  The article explains that some pet food labels include clams which may make an emphasis on certain ingredients or attributes, to help owners.

 

OTC - May 17 - Feeding Felines

Nicole Paley explains how dishing up the right food will help keep your cat healthy.

Popular Articles

Labelling

PFMA’s fact sheet helps deciper the wealth of information on pet food labels.Read more


Pet Population 2017

The pet population stands at around 54 million with 11m households owning a pet. Data details populations by pet type. Read more


Brexit & PFMA

PFMA published the Brexit Manifesto at its AGM on 30th March, the day after the Prime Minister's Article 50 letter was delivered to Brussels. Read more


European pet food industry approves new safety and nutrition standards

An improved FEDIAF safety guide and updated FEDIAF dog and cat nutritional guidelines were presented and agreed at the European Pet Food Industry Federation's annual meeting in Manchester.Read more


Pet Care

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